U-God ft. Inspectah Deck, Raekwon & Scotty Wotty – Epicenter

Wednesday, February 21st, 2018

U-God has two major projects dropping in March, the first of which is his new book Raw: My Journey Into The Wu-Tang on March 6th, followed by his new solo album Venom on March 30th. This week he shares “Epicenter” a celebration of the ubiquity of the Clan in Hip-Hop over the past 25 years that features Inspectah Deck, Raekwon and Scotty Wotty over production by DJ Green Lantern. Continue below for a stream, as well as the Bring Back God II mixtape that Golden Arms dropped earlier this month with Green.

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Wu-Tang ft. Redman, Method Man, Raekwon, U-God & Mathematics – Hood Go Bang! (Remix)

Monday, December 18th, 2017

Method Man and Redman are joined by Raekwon, U-God and Mathematics on a new remix of “Hood Go Bang” from Wu-Tang’s The Saga Continues album. Check it out below.

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U-God – Wu-Dak Yellow

Friday, September 29th, 2017

Oh wow ok, so this is something that happened. Here we have Wu-Tang’s U-God paying tribute to young Cardi B, and even borrowing her flow, on a joint called “Wu-Dak Yellow.”

Listen below.

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U-God – Venom

Thursday, December 15th, 2016


U-God recently made news when he filed a $2.5 million lawsuit against the rest of Wu-Tang for 6-years of unpaid royalties that he feels he is owed. But he’s also got new music in the works and this week he premiered the lead single and title track to his new project Venom, which is due out in early 2017 via Babygrande.

Listen below.

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Wu-Tang Clan – Tim Westwood Freestyle (1997)

Thursday, August 11th, 2016


Woah. Tim Westwood hits us with a nearly hour long freestyle from Wu-Tang circa 1997 for this week’s Throwback Thursday drop. Joining Tim in the studio that day were Ol Dirty Bastard, The RZA, Method Man, Master Killa and U-God, and they absolutely took over the airwaves for a good 50 minutes, going in over a variety of beats including some of their own classics. This is fairly epic.

Listen below.

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U-God ft. Cannibal Ox & Kool Keith – Journey (Remix)

Friday, September 18th, 2015


U-God and Kool Keith are joined by Vordul Mega and Vast Aire on a new remix of Gold Arms’ track “Journey”, from his 2013 album Keynote Speaker. This will appear on the A3C Volume 5 project, which drops October 2nd.

Previously: Cannibal OX ft. Artifacts & U-God – Blade: Art of Ox

U God – Drunk Dance

Monday, June 22nd, 2015


New U-God off the Digital Dynasty 36 tape form Tha Advocate.

Previously: The Green Room with U-God | Cannibal OX ft. Artifacts & U-God – Blade: Art of Ox

To “A Better Tomorrow” and in Celebration of 21 Years: The 21 Greatest Wu-Tang Clan Albums

Thursday, December 4th, 2014

Wu-Tang Clan

Words by Paul Meara (@PaulMeara)

No group in the history of hip-hop music has released more classic albums than Wu-Tang Clan. And while it may be unfair to compare them to any other collective of emcees (they had 9+) there is no doubt their influence on hip-hop music was mad heavy. Their classic LPs spawned classic LPs.

After over two decades of releasing material and teaching the children that they ain’t nothing to fuck with, Wu-Tang and its aura is unquestionably unique. But that wouldn’t come without risk. During the time of the group’s inception RZA took a lot of chances and even some close to the camp would often question just what he was trying to do. The complex waters of each of RZA’s 36 Chambers were hard to grasp until you heard the music. The embattled chess match that each album presented (especially early) only added to the group’s intrigue and ability to stand out. From “Protect Ya Neck” to the Clan’s newest singles, Wu-Tang’s brand has grown thoughout the 90s, spilling into the 2000s and even lasting to the present day.

In honor of the 21 years since Wu-Tang Clan donned their debut album (and the release of their seventh group studio album, A Better Tomorrow) Nah Right has compiled as many albums, ranking them from 1-21. Only albums created by members of Wu or affiliates were included (sorry Wu Block and Blackout). Enjoy and always remember to “Protect Ya Gawdamn Neck!” as GZA would say. Continue reading this post…

Video: U-God – Fame

Wednesday, July 31st, 2013

Off The Keynote Speaker, out now.

Spotted: XXL

Previously: U-God – Skyscraper (Video) | The Green Room with U-God

Video: U-God – Skyscraper

Wednesday, July 24th, 2013

U-God drops the visual for “Skyscraper”, off his new LP, The Keynote Speaker, out now. Be sure to check out our feature, The Green Room with U-God, in which he gives us a glimpse at the life of a road warrior.

Previously: U-God – Heavyweight | The Green Room with U-God